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Intensive Detention Reentry Program
The Department implemented the Intensive Detention Reentry Program (IDRP) in July 2004. IDRP falls under the jurisdiction of the Office of Parole and Probation Services, Field Operations Administration. IDRP is intended for use in chronic non-compliance parole cases in which community supervision is likely to be continued and to re-focus the person's attention toward compliance with parole rules when returned to the community. The Department currently contracts with the Ingham County Jail to house up to 50 parole violators. Violation behavior could include technical violations - e.g., failure to report, failure to attend treatment, etc., - or may include new misdemeanor or non-assaultive felony pending charges that meet certain criteria. A person may be placed in IDRP for up to 45 days with the average stay of 30 days. . During their placement at IDRP, they are eligible to participate in any program available at the jail consistent with its availability to county jail inmates.
These components are in order to assist them with their return to community supervision; therefore, promoting a person’s success.